August 13, 2012

Art Show at the LAA in Stamford

3 (BIG) Pieces is up 
at the Loft Artists Gallery
in Stamford, CT (845 Canal St).

The Opening was a wild success!

1. The Symphony - 
an installation with sheet music work on music stands  with acrylic on canvas back drop (6ft h x 42 ft w x...)

2. The Audience Part 1
acrylic on canvas ( 4.5ft h x 40 ft w)

and the 3rd piece... I'll post tomorrow.

July 29, 2012

WIP Art VIdeo - 3 (BIG) Pieces - Opening August 5th 3-5 pm

WIP 07 (Work In Progress Video)
The last WIP in the series for the show

3 (BIG) Pieces by cici artist
new media & huge canvases 
(6 ft x 42 ft and 4.5 ft x 40 ft) 

Opening: Sunday, August 5th 3-5pm 
August 5th - 19th 
Loft Artists Gallery 
845 Canal St | Stamford, CT

Show funded in part by: 
CT DECD Office of the Arts

July 26, 2012

3 (BIG) Pieces - Opening Sunday, August 5th 3-5 pm

The 6th WIP 
Work In Progress-Video

Featuring  cici's Pringles Box Projectors

join cici artist
on Sunday, August 5th 3-5 pm
for the Opening of her art show

3 (BIG) Pieces

Loft Artists Gallery
845 Canal St
Stamford, CT
For directions and Gallery hours visit

Show sponsored in part by

June 02, 2012

3 (BIG) pieces - August 5th - 19th - cici artist's video WIPs

August is Coming Very Soon!
Save the Date: 2012 August 5th Opening...3-5pm
LAA Gallery, 845 Canal St, Stamford, CT

Here are the video WIPs (Works In Progress)  for the solo art show (so far)
"3 (BIG) Pieces" by cici artist
large canvases ( up to 6 ft x 42 ft )
Videos WIPS available on YouTube Click Here

Here's my latest video WIP:

Show Dates: August 5th - 19th
Opening: Sunday, August 5th 3-5pm

Show sponsored in part by the 2012 Artist Fellowship Grant from the Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development's Office of the Arts.

April 06, 2012

Video screened at Franklin Street Works

In March 2012, Renee Kahn presented her work- in-progress larger than life overhead projections of the Lower East Side the Franklin Street Works Gallery in Stamford. 

I produced/animated her twelve 1950's  brownie camera photographs into this video which screened at the Gallery.

Here it is: Renee Kahn An Imagined City: